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#896269 - 09/06/09 08:56 AM Harsh sterile tone
Rayvaun Offline
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Registered: 09/06/09
Posts: 1
Hi folks,

Any suggestions on warming up the tone? My recordings tend to sound too digital. Especially if I plug a guitar directly into the unit and use the onboard effects. Otherwise I use 57s and 58s and mic everything and record dry. I'm just missing that warm natural tone somewhere in the mix. Don't know what I'm doing wrong. I have the BR 1180-CD. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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#900700 - 09/18/09 06:28 AM Re: Harsh sterile tone [Re: Rayvaun]
Maps and Guitars Offline
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Registered: 10/28/04
Posts: 692
Loc: New York City
I have never recorded guitar using only the onboard effects, for just that reason. I've used a Pod, or a SansAmp when going direct, and they've been all right, but I prefer micing an amp.
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